Clinically Integrated Facilities Track
As healthcare priorities and patient needs continue to evolve rapidly, there is increasing pressure to ensure existing healthcare infrastructure can meet these new priorities and needs. Developing clinically integrated facilities can be key to meeting clinician and patient needs. In this track, we will explore how to future-proof facilities, navigate space planning amid shifting factors, and strategies to plan for increased connectivity in hospital facilities.
Building Facilities for the Future
Wednesday, March 9, 2022 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Moderator: Brent Petty
Panelists: Isaac Larson & Spencer Seals
In the United States, the average age of plant for healthcare facilities is currently 10.6 years. Patient care has rapidly evolved over the last decade and that trend is only expected to accelerate. For hospital leaders, ensuring facilities can adapt to disruptive innovations and exceed future patient care needs can be incredibly challenging. Join a panel of Industry Innovation Leaders as they discuss innovations on the horizon as well as strategies to plan for technologies and needs not yet fully realized. They will also share considerations for designing clinically integrated facilities and ensuring all relevant stakeholders are included in the planning process.
- Discuss how well-designed facilities can positively impact the outcomes of many different patient populations.
- Determine where facilities need to be flexible, and how to design that flexibility into healthcare spaces.
- Identify future innovations and technologies that impact how healthcare spaces are designed and operated.
- Outline the importance of engaging with stakeholders to better understand the planning process and embrace its benefits.
About the Panelists